Oracle Scratchpad

December 19, 2008

Partitioning

Filed under: Indexing,Infrastructure,Partitioning,Performance — Jonathan Lewis @ 10:22 pm GMT Dec 19,2008

I wrote a short reply this morning to a question from someone on the OTN forum who wanted a little help with indexing strategies after partitioning one of his larger tables.

The comments I made there capture the key points you need to consider when comparing the costs and benefits of locally partitioned indexes with those of global, or globally partitioned indexes – so I thought I’d post a pointer to the thread.

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